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How to play the Midnight Man Game with Rules

How to play the Midnight Man Game with Rules
It is highly recommended that you do not play the midnight game, however here are some instructions for thrill seekers. Do at your own risk; 1. It must be exactly 12:00 AM when you begin the ritual, or else it will not work. You will need; Candles Paper and Pencils A wooden front door Salt A pin needle All the lights in the house off Step 1: Everyone who is playing the midnight game must write their names on a piece of paper, then use a pin needle to drop a single drop of their blood onto the paper Step 2: Place the paper in front of your front door. Step 3: Light a candle Step 4: Knock on your front door exactly 22 times. Step 5: Open your door, blow out the candle, and close it. Step 6: Your goal for the rest of the game is to survive the Midnight Man. Signs that the Midnight Man is nearby: * Your candle blows out * You suddenly get very cold * You hear a low whisper * You see a black humanoid figure within the darkness

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